From Civil War to Civil Rights with ‘Justice Delayed’ author

Paul Mitrovich will discuss the Civil War legacy of reconstruction and Civil Rights at Mentor Public Library.

Paul Mitrovich will discuss the Civil War legacy of reconstruction and Civil Rights at Mentor Public Library.

We’re fortunate to have the James A. Garfield National Historic Site as neighbors.

For several years, they’ve led a monthly series about the major wars, leaders, and legacies of the Civil War.

Their experts have discussed Civil War art, the Gettysburg Address, the role of female spies during the war, the Grand Army of the Republicforgotten addresses at Gettysburg, and more.

Our Civil War series continues at noon on Wednesday, Aug. 9. Former Judge Paul Mitrovich, and also the author of Justice Delayed, will discuss slavery, the reconstruction, and the Civil Rights movement.

As always, the talk is free and open to all.

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